The Jerusalem Post says
presidential candidate in France says now is not the time for a palestinian state, but then dishes up comments giving reason to doubt he means what he says:
Macron also was very direct in speaking about Israel and the Palestinians. “My line is clear: We are friends of the State of Israel and partners for Israel’s security. We will always be in this camp... At the same time, from the beginning, France has always worked for the recognition of two states. And in this context, I would like to advance with the recognition of two states and with efforts to pacify the region,’’ he said.
“The policy of Netanyahu (on settlements) is unhelpful. It does not help to pacify the region or to stabilize the conflict. The nature of his policies does not increase collective security.’’
Well if he's going to concern himself over people who're showing they do care about people's security, then I don't see what he's getting at. This is why I'd rather Marine Le Pen be the winner, or Francois Fillon, if he overcomes the scandals he's been accused of. While Le Pen does have her share of flaws and awkward statements, she's proven far more capable of redeeming herself and making a decent leader than Macron will ever be. That's why I'm in favor of her winning the election to the Elysee palace, if she does.
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